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We were fortunate to be taken here by friend we have who live in Rome, as you need a car to get here.
It is an amazing place both from the outside and inside
The architecture itself is a feat of human ingenuity and endeavour....More
If you go by the highway it’s 45 minutes from Rome. If you have time, choose the small roads and enjoy the views.
Amazing architecture, history and views.
It’s open between 9-12:30 and 15-18:30.
Worth a visit but remember that you have to have long...More
Although having been to Subiaco years before, I decided to take my special friends who were visiting me from the US. This is, hands down, one of my favorite places in the world. It is quiet, you can enjoy the ride from Rome, and you...More
Absolutely to be visited. Should you being in Rome even for a short vacation find a day to visit it. Unbelievable view and wall painting wait you for a visit. Best way by car on the motorway or by bus. When there start the visit...More
If you have a car this is a good way to enjoy some of the pretty countryside outside of Rome as well as visiting this interesting monastery. No cost to enter just a request for a donation. The earlier reviews give a good appreciation of...More
Awesome is a much overused word these days but it truly describes the frescoes adorning the chapel and crypt of this abbey. The building itself is quite impressive as it seems to be growing straight out of the side of the mountain. There are many...More
This is where Saint Benedict lived for three years as a hermit in a small cave before he founded monasteries. People visit this place to visit his cave (called the "sacro speco") as well as the monastery itself. It has some mosaics and frescoes dating...More
A beautiful little journey about an hour outside of Rome. Great for a day trip. The monastery itself can be seen in about forty minutes. The fresco of saint Frances of Assisi from 1224 is worth it on its own. Entry b donation. Combine the...More